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SAP Australia User Group (SAUG) Plenary 2011

Every year, the SAUG works tirelessly to put together events that appeal to a large audience. This year, with over 20 sessions over 2 days the SAUG Plenary is a great way to learn from other customers. There is still time to sign up for a chance to exchange ideas with over 200 delegates representing more than 90 Queensland companies.

Two worthwhile customer focus sessions I am looking forward to include:-

  1. Andrew Moffa from Woolworths talks about how he is using SAP Solution Manager for centralised support and system management; and
  2. Suzanne Wakeford from BlueScope Steel talks about recent implementations and future configuration plans within SAP Solution Manager.

Andrew and Suzanne are definitely the next generation of thought leaders for how to use SAP Solution Manager to extract tangible cost savings for their respective companies.


Two worthwhile partner focus sessions I am looking forward to include:-

  1. Glenn Cadman from Oxygen talks about how to use Oracle compression to save disk space and improve response time; and
  2. Bala Kalimuthu from Revolution IT talks about how to use repeatable tests to ensure a smooth project go-live. 

I have worked closely with both Glenn and Bala, and I rate them both as highly dedicated consultants.


As a bonus, you can take a look at my Top 10 SAP Priorities keynote session, and challenge me if you feel I have missed out on your favourite priority.


There is still time to reserve your spot for this week.




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  • Over 250 attendees at this stage Tony – our largest Brisbane event ever! Online registration are closed so please register onsite at the SAUG registration desk, 5th floor at the Hilton.

    Kim Salter